Senna/Max comparisons 'should be taken seriously'

While Ayrton Senna is still “special” to him, Gerhard Berger says comparisons between Senna and Max Verstappen should be taken seriously. Honda F1’s managing director Masashi Yamamoto recently stated that he sees similarities between Verstappen and Senna, following the Red Bull man’s win at the Monaco Grand Prix. “Honda won the Monaco Grand Prix six times in a row from […]

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Gerhard Berger still thinks Sebastian Vettel is past his peak

Ex-Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger feels Sebastian Vettel is “still past his peak” despite improved recent showings in Monaco and Baku. The troubles that Vettel experienced at Ferrari appeared to have followed the four-time World Champion to his new team Aston Martin as he struggled to initially adapt to the AMR21. However, the Vettel of old has made a re-appearance […]

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Max Verstappen planning to stay at Red Bull forever

Max Verstappen has said the plan is to stay at Red Bull for the entirety of his Formula 1 career. Verstappen has long been part of the Red Bull family and has a long-term contract in place until at least the end of the 2023 season. But, over the years, there has always been a lingering question mark over the […]

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Japan double header 'impossible,' says Honda boss

Honda F1 Managing Director Masashi Yamamoto believes that two races taking place in Japan this year is “impossible”. It has been recently announced that, for the second year in a row, the Singapore Grand Prix won’t go ahead due to the travel restrictions that are in place as a result of the pandemic. The BBC reported that both the Turkish […]

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Full steam ahead in Zandvoort after 'fantastic news'

Preparations for the Dutch Grand Prix are being ramped up following the “fantastic” news that it can go ahead with a capacity crowd. The race in Zandvoort was set to return to the calendar in 2020, but that never came to pass as the race was cancelled due to the pandemic. Instead, the long-awaited return was pushed back to September […]

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CBS Says SRX Isn’t a Testing Ground for IndyCar, NASCAR Pursuit

Superstar Racing Experience is not a testing ground for CBS to explore additional motorsport programming acquisitions. In fact, CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus says he doesn’t anticipate making a bid for the IndyCar Series television rights. During a Thursday teleconference, McManus responded to an Autoweek question and said there was no room for yearlong motorsports as PGA golf primarily runs […]

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Jay Leno Attempts Quarter-Mile Record In Tesla Model S Plaid

Say what you want, this thing is quick. The Tesla Model S Plaid is the culmination of nearly 10 years of research and development. With three motors and over 1,000 horsepower (745.7 kilowatts) on tap, it’s clear that this car is no joke. Jay Leno recently took the silent-but-deadly machine to the drag strip to set a new quarter-mile land-speed […]

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Grosjean falls just short of second IndyCar pole

Romain Grosjean fell just short of claiming his second IndyCar pole position in Detroit, qualifying in P3 behind Pato O’Ward and Alex Rossi. Since being dropped by Haas at the end of the 2020 season, Grosjean has joined the IndyCar grid, driving for Dale Coyne Racing, and has made an excellent start to life in the series. After a solid […]

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'This is why Carlos is making huge strides' in F1

Pedro de la Rosa says that Carlos Sainz is making such strong progress because of how critical his father is of him. The Ferrari man has enjoyed a strong start to this season, arguably settling in quicker than any other driver to have moved teams over the winter, claiming his first podium in red with a P2 finish in Monaco. […]

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